Liu Xiaoqing - Filmography - Film


Year Title Role Notes
1975 The Great Wall of the South China Sea
1976 Thank You, Comrades
Yang Jie
1977 Spring Songs
Li Cuizhi
1979 What a Family
Zhang Lan Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actress
1979 Wedding
Sheng Min
1980 Mysterious Buddha
Meng Jie
1980 The Little Flower
He Cuigu, Yongsheng's mother
1981 The Savage Land
Hua Jinzi
1981 The Invisible Web
Luo Xuan
1981 Xu Mao and His Daughters
Xu Zhen
1982 Deep at Heart
Ouyang Lan
1983 The Burning of the Imperial Palace Empress Dowager Cixi
1983 Reign Behind the Curtain
Empress Dowager Cixi
1984 Hibiscus Town
Hu Yuyin Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress
Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress
1984 Ormosia from the North
Lu Yunzhi
1984 San Bao in Shenzhen
1985 The Ruthless Lover
Namei Qincuo also producer
1986 A Wild Field Hua Jinzi Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress
1987 Chuntao
Chuntao Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress
1987 The Imperial Cannon Team
Feng Yushu also producer
1988 A Dream of Red Mansions (parts 1 & 2)
Wang Xifeng
1989 A Dream of Red Mansions (parts 3-6)
Wang Xifeng
1989 The Empress Dowager
Empress Dowager Cixi also titled Xi Taihou (西太后)
1991 Li Lianying: The Imperial Eunuch
Empress Dowager Cixi
2004 Plastic Flower
Xie Chunhua
2010 Rang Ai Huijia
Female cop
2011 Legendary Amazons
Princess Chai
2012 37
2012 The Monkey King: Uproar in Heaven

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